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and tapping into domestic energy resources. i have to tell you the one message that they have been hitting hard in the last final days of this campaign, they have been going after the president on this issue of bipartisanship. mitt romney is making the case that the president has forgotten his mandate to be a uniter in this country. the president said people should be voting because it is the best revenge. mitt romney has been telling crowds all day long that people should be voting out of what they think is best for the country in their heart. so that is the message that they've been delivering all day long. i can also tell you that the front of the campaign plane we have seen a higher number of top campaign advisers flying with the gop nominee including michael levitt who has been leading the readiness project, as they skaul it. i talked to governor levitt for just a few brief moments in iowa and he said what they've been doing is building a ship, he called it, that they hope will set sail and we'll find out whether that will happen on tuesday. >> maybe, maybe not. i want to listen in on
storm and it has the energy from almost an area of low pressure like a nor'easter. tropical storm force winds extending out 450 miles and snow in the forecast with this thing. this is the forecast models pushing it and you can see the consensus with this, which is odd. certainly this far out, as well. this is the scary part. so, it brings it here making landfall somewhere between washington and new york city, then look what happens here, kind of just rotates and spins and that's the scary aspect. remember, irene in vermont all that flooding. sandy is rotating and spinning for 24 hours dumping an inch of rain an hour. so, this is the potential for devastating and deadly flooding. couple that with, of course, this wind field 70-mile-per-hour winds extending 450 miles out and the potent energy with this bringing snow potentially to the mountains on the western side of it. so, guys, this -- computer models have been for 25 years and they have never had to run this exact scenario. so, a lot of very intriguing, but scary things about it. >> alexandria, thanks. >>> a storm of this size can cau
not understand why you would have an energy tax that is hurting our oil, coal, and gas industries on montana that we rely upon. >> the you feel president obama has implemented policies that hurt montana? >> i feel the race to the top is not a good policy for education for one candidate. we have been working with the administration to try to get them more aware of the issues that are out there. it is critically important every time america against -- gets left off. other countries have a carbon tax. we do not, and that is the problem. there has been debate. it has been thrown against the wall. let's hope it sticks. let's talk about what we have done, less than in decades. we are becoming more energy dependent. natural gas is cheaper than cool. that is good for folks. energy is sheet. that is good for the consumers. the obama administration needs more from rural america. it is an educational paul -- process, and let's put it like that. >> we do not have an energy policy. we have an environmental policy. we need to work on alternatives like wind and solar and biomass. we need to talk about cons
the tropical entity. it's got the energy from this area of low pressure, which in essence is almost like a nor ea -- nor'easter in the winter. this is a projection of the rain coming up the coast, potentially about ten inches. look on the backside of this down the spied ne of the appalachians. how about ten to 20 inches of snow? power outages will be huge as well. and airport delays. whether we see them, which we most likely would. 30 and 40 mimp gu-mile-per-hour. we're looking at five days of some very tough travel. >> thank you for the heads up. we appreciate it. this storm is already having an impact on the presidential cam pains. particularly in some key swing states. both vice president joe biden and mitt romney have cancelled campaign rallies in virginia beach that were scheduled for this weekend. the obama campaign says biden's schedule was changed so police and emergency crews could stay focused on helping people with that storm. first lady michelle obama as well cancelled a campaign rally. this was in another critical swing state, in new hampshire. it was scheduled for next week in du
are going to ballots at. we need stability in taxes and regulations, and number 4 we need an energy policy like we have done in north dakota. if we support energy, we can reignite america's engine, at the energy independence, national security, job security, and that is what we need to do. >> is interesting what congressman berg says. if you look at the time he served in the legislature, it is roughly equivalent, 4000 percen $. quit talking about harry reid or what ever is. i was not in the senate. i think it is atrocious we do not have a budget. that is the reason we do not have a budget is because both political parties refused to sit down and refuse to solve the problems. there is excellent documents out there, but i believe we have need a balanced budget amendment because the and the way congress will balance the budget is that they have to. that is the path forward for our people and for our country. we need to be strategic. congressman berg voted for sequestration, a disaster, a disaster for defense and jobs trip we need to do everything we can to do this the right way, and that is t
infrastructure, we're going to have to assess that damage, we're going to have to bring energy back to our essential facilities facilities, our transmission lines, we have to bring back our critical loads, our hospitals, our police, our fire departments, our main arteries where people can shop, can get food and other essentials. so we have experienced storms in the past, but this is going to be a storm of tremendous punch, of tremendous magnitude. >> when you talk about assessing the damage, you're talking about assessment that doesn't take just hours, sometimes that takes days as well. >> it certainly does. >> david owens, executive vice president of the electrical institute. thank you for taking time to come on. >> this is likely to be a historic storm. what exactly does that mean to folks up and down the east coast? we'll update you after this. you've been busy for a dead man. after you jumped ship in bangkok, i thought i'd lost you. >>> surfing is my life now. but who's going to .... >>> tell the world that priceline has even faster, easier ways to save you money. . . on hotels, flight
is a loser. the energy department inspector general says the program was training workers who already had jobs and failed to placthem in jobs after the trading was over. in fact, only 38 percent of those who went through the program got jobs, and 16 percent of those people kept the job for more than six -- six months. imagine that. 52 percent were already working in the energy sector d did not need training to begin with. this training program that was only 16 percent success will cost taxpayers 328 nav million dollars an the price tag could go up to 400 million. this president does not have a record to stand down when it comes to his stimulus program. the big one failed, the little one failed, and they all costly too much. still to come, forecasters say when hurricane sandy heads the east coast it will be harder and wider than last year sir can i read. the latest on what some are calling for frank and storm. weak economic numbers. the white house cheering. what this white house and the president does not want you to year. year. st 4g lte is the fastest. so, which supeast 4g lte service w
deriving its energy from the ocean waters. it is deriving its energy from the contrast between cold and warm air. it will keep itself going even when it moves inland later this evening. here are some facts for us, some headlines and remember before of a high wind warping which goes into effect at 8:00 this morning through 8:00 tomorrow night. i mentioned the wind gusting to 65 or 70. the gusts up to about 70 later this evening and check on the your rain totals. five to 10 inches. haven't had a whole lot of time to mention the mount taupe snow but parts of west virginia, maybe western maryland, up to two feet. still some question mark about that. it looks like it is all systems go for a big snow event out to the west. 54 for your daytime high. the wind gusting to 70. the wind will get going later today and tonight. >> we'll be prepared. thank you. >> time now to check in with julie wright. >> good morning. >> we are preparing ourselves for what is going be for a nasty drive around town. there is already a portion of wayne avenue -- well, i should say between wayne avenue and piney br
country will become energy self-sufficient at some point. i am not saying it will happen tomorrow. that will be a huge game changer. what has been described as our achilles' heel for years and years, this notion of this declining and weak u.s. economy, even that will be changing. when you hear a country like japan looking at off the table type of demographics or japan which is now gone from 128 million people has gone down. we're looking at 70 million people in our children's lifetime. japan is foreswear nuclear energy because of last year's catastrophe. the look at the united states. we are going to be a very big player for years to come for a lot are reasons, including our economy. i think it is a good time to look at this. we are not in any kind of declining mode. we'll be more important in the coming years. >> i would like to respond to one thing. i was thinking about what the last to the speakers were talking about. whether we should be optimistic about whether this can be sustained. i think the challenges are greater than richard laid out. i am optimistic we will be able to
going to touch on tonight. the debt, deficit, jobs, the economy, health care, energy. the problem is that we can't reach those issues if the congress, itself, does not work. that's why olympia snowe left. she didn't leave because she was tired of congress or wanted to spend time with family, but left because she said the place didn't function, couldn't get it done, and she was utterly frustrated. we have to try to do something different in order to respond to that challenge, and that's why i'm running for the united states senate as an independent. this makes a difference. this is about solving the problems that the nation faces, and, for example, there's a bill before the senate in september that would have benefited veterans across the country. it was filibusters because the party in the senate that filibustered didn't want the president to have a victory before the election. that's a terrible way to make decisions. the concern should have been for the veterans, not for the politics. >> moderator: governor king, thank you. secretary charlie summers. summers: thank you, i appreci
they reopen, will be focusing in part on energy prices, particularly gasoline prices because eight of the country's refineries producing about 8 percent of our daily supply in gasoline where in the path of sandy. about six of those refineries which have been operating a reduced capacity and are ramping up production leaving to refineries, bulk of them in new jersey. they have simply lost power and plotted and will be back quickly it is uncertain when they're will be returning to of storage products and production. recovery efforts under way tonight after the superstar and crippled the east coast. in new york city, subways and tunnels flooded. hundreds of thousands are without power, and joining us tonight on the phone, the former governor of new york, george pataki. good to have you with this. you have seen much of the devastation. can you compare this to anything that we have seen before? >> you know, it's really differ from what we've seen before. we have had terrible storms. hurricanes, blizzards, we had the attacks of september 11th, but this, it wasn't the wind, it wasn't the
for debt and deficits, health care, energy, any day we're talking about something else, that's good for obama, and so i will be surprised if he doesn't make a little bit of a comeback here. he's had a prett pretty solid mt for a month. there wasn't anything happehe m. what may stop it is this storm and not so much that the president will do a great job, although i don't have any doubt that he will. mostly what happens right after a terrible storm is we know where i come from, it's the local first responders. it's the firemen, the policeman, the highway patrolmen, the national guardsmen, the mayors, the governors, but the federal government has a role to play, a bigger role down the road, but the biggest thing is changing the subject is great for obama. he's been trying to change the subject all year. >> greta: let's talk about timing. if he changes the subject, for instance, monday night, if everyone is done early voting, doesn't matter if he changes the subject. we're a week out and the subject is being changed a week out. there's a lot of early voting going on. i'm curious if ther
. together. one is for a clean, wedomestic energy future that puts us in control. our abundant natural gas is already saving us money, producing cleaner electricity, putting us to work here in america and supporting wind and solar. though all energy development comes with some risk, we're committed to safely and responsibly producing natural gas. it's not a dream. america's natural gas... putting us in control of our energy future, now. >>> obama's ohio fire wall. cnn is out with a new poll in the state tonight with the the president leading mitt romney 50-46 and that's unchange frd the last cnn poll in ohio taken just avenue the first debate. john king has been looking at the latest numbers. what else does it tell you? >> it's important to look at this poll. thest a small lead. that's yet another poll the president's kept that narrow lead in ohio. you mentioned the horse race. here's one of the biggest factors. in a battleground state like this, the president's getting the democrats, romney's getting a republicans, the candidate who wins among independents is likely to win. that is critic
begin to return because our energy costs are going to be lower and labor costs are rising in asia, i think that those are going to be skilled manufacturing jobs. and we're on the brink now where we can figure -- we're beginning to figure out how to re-jigger our education to meet the economy of the future. >> i'm sadly going to be a little more pessimistic than you, joe. and i think, fareed, you have asked the most important question. i am less worried about structural unemployment, but i am worried about economic lousy jobs. there's a paper about the lousy economic jobs. i think we're entering the period of structural lousy jobs. they can be manufacturing jobs, but they're not paying the same that they paid -- forget the 1950s, they're not paying what they were paying 10 or 15 years ago. i think we are entering a period, precisely as you say, because of this global labor market where this is going to be a big chunk of the middle class that are the working poor. they're going to have jobs, jobs that we consider to be good jobs. they will have had the vocational training, but they wil
burst of energy, near the end of the night moved to other places. but there are hundreds of people in shelters tonight. there is an incident in one shelter, where the generator was failing and they had to move, fairly quickly, about 60 people to another shelter. so precarious situation, a lot of people not in their homes, facing situations like this. no power and a lot of cleanup to come. >> in new london, connecticut, thanks very much. >> we were warned, of course, that it would be a monster of a storm. and in the past several hour, predictions about sandy have all been proven true. here's what the 900-mile-wide system looks like at this hour. it's classified as a post tropical storm. but forecasters say, don't be fooled by that designation. sandy continues to pack hurricane-force winds and is likely to touch 50 mill yen people before it peters out. we have the latest new from the extreme weather center. very busy night for you, rick? >> reporter: you know, some of the statistics are scary. 79 people have died from sandy, between the caribbean and into the u.s., at this point. i a
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renewable energy. i think that we have solar power that has to be explored and energy efficiency is really the key. we have to conserve and become more efficient when it comes to our use of energy and fuel, and that will lead to less reliance on gas and while and less hydrocarbons in the atmosphere and ultimately, less money spent. >> moderator: i'm going to go next to charlie and then we will wrap it up. summers: when someone works in the woods or the water, what they want to be able to do is get back and forth to work in an expensive way. i think we have a moral responsibility in this country to look for energy resources here. whether and whether you're talking about oil or gas or coal, nuclear power, we have to have in all of the above strategy. ten years ago in the united states senate, they had a debate and they said if we start drilling now, it will take 10 years before that will becomes in our fuel system. that would've been done and we would've had it here today that was done 10 years ago. we have a responsibility. we should be drilling for oil here in this country and we should be
to be explored. it is efficiency is the key. we have to become more efficient when it comes to our use of energy and fuel. that will be less reliance on gas and oil, less hydrocarbons into the atmosphere and less money spent. >> i want to go to charlie and we will wrap it up. >> somebody who works with their hands for a living, they work in the woods or in the water. they want to get to work in an inexpensive way. what you are talking about oil or gas or coal, we have to have and all the above strategy. if we start dealing now, they said it would take 10 years before the oil because gasoline in our fuel system. that would have been done and we would have it here today if that was done 10 years ago. we have a responsibility. every day we import oil from the middle east is a day we are paying people we are fighting against. we should be drilling for oil in this country and looking at every alternative we have. not only is it an economic issue, it is a national security issue. as someone who served in the middle east, i understand full well what that means. >> to me this is not an issue about gas p
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who have come out to try to take photographs of the lake while it's all churned up and full of energy, a lot of the park is closed for safety reasons. now back to you, megyn. megyn: thank you. good job staying out of lake michigan. it's not a place you want to be in at the moment. we appreciate your good reporting. it's especially windy today in the windy city although they say it's called that because of the politicians not because of the actual weather history. our meteorologist janice dean warned us yesterday that even as the storm moved inland it would still pose a real threat. she is live in the fox weather center. we had a conversation this morning about how irritating it is when the weather people want to make the story all about them and their accurate predictions. i know you don't want to do that. i do want to say for the record, right again, take us live together to where we are now. >> thanks to the national weather service and national hurricane service working around the:00. us as forecasters bring you the message and we hoped that people listened is the main thing. we've
and focus so much energy to this major storm and i may major storms and a lot of people are saying, what are you talking about, it's a storm affecting the northeast. take a look at the map, from michigan down to mississippi the eastern half of the country is going to be dealing with some sort of impacts from the storm the next few days, a lot of people with power outages and we mentioned power outages down across parts of tennessee and kentucky and michigan and the winds are so extreme for so many people and this is the latest look at the storm, at least what you can see from the radar, radar doesn't go out that far, but we've got the radar that we're seeing very heavy already four to five inches across parts of the north carolina and the beach is taking a beating here and the track continues to do something interesting to the storm and i want to show you the temperatures so i can help explain what's happening. a there's a major cold front slicing there, two waves, or a couple-- a few ways that the storms can be forming. typically forming because of warm water and going through a transit
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, that's where the energies need to be directed at. i think -- i think -- i think it's okay for small states to have a representation. >> if it's not broke, don't fix it, it's doing something about the way they campaign. >> i think the fact small states have overrepresentation is okay. i don't have a problem with it. it was part of the debate. when it comes to generally in the constitutional debates, it was a big issue. the small states were concerned their power would be overtaken with the big states. itis why we have the system we have. we are all on this show and all live in cities. most of our political discussion is influenced by what happens in our cities, city's drive, what happens in our culture. it's okay to have some representation. >> large metro areas, heavy concentrations of people have an influence in so far as they dominate things like the med ia and things like this. >> i don't think they are driving policy or the political conversation. i would just make that little -- >> right. the question becomes, if we were to do away with it like about the bronx being the place w
had a lot more energy in our second debate. i felt really well rested after the nice long nap i had in the first debate. >> some of his aides have said one of his challenges is to keep the answers short. and i know that you have said that you critique his speeches afterwards. >> oh, no, i don't critique his speeches afterwards actually. i give him my positive reinforcement. >> only positive? >> generally, yeah. because he's a great speaker. i mean, he's good at this. >> so do you think he has any challenges going in? >> you know, i haven't really, you know, i'd have to think about that afterwards. but going into it i think, you know, he's going to do his best. >> the president offered his perspective in an abc news interview after the first debate. >> what did mrs. obama say to you when you got home that night? >> you know what, michelle is always my best advisor, my toughest critic. she and i have been through this together. >> reporter: but the first lady didn't play critic with us. some aides say that you're the one person who can keep his ego in check. is that true? >> you know,
; boosting american-made energy; reducing the deficits responsibly by cutting where... we can, and asking the wealthy to pay a little more. and ending the war in afghanistan, so we can... do some nation-building here at home. that's the right path. so read my plan, compare it to governor romney's... and decide which is better for you. it's an honor to be your president... and i'm asking for your vote... so together, we can keep moving america forward. i'm barack obama and i approve this message. . >>> and welcome back to fox 5 news sunday morning. of course the story on everyone's mind is sandy. gwen, you and the fox 5 weather center are going to be here throughout the storm. >> that's right. >> and the updates keep coming. >> they do keep coming. let's take a look now at radar. you'll see where the bands of rain are affecting areas of the coast. some of that heavier rainfall to the south of dc, but it gradually starts to move its way in through the course of the day and we'll really see our conditions go downhill. let's go to weather maps and take a look at a track of sandy. sandy is cur
to your basic point, the energy initiative, creativity of people in the private sector who stand to make a great deal of money and prestige by creating something new, useful, wonderful, good looking and the computer wars, that's an overwelcoming incentive which the ordinary bureaucrat doesn't have. it's a shame and it would be nice if the bureaucrats could be incentivized in some way, but to take the minds of the person out of that, and compare it with the person out of commerce. >> apple-- >> i'm trying to think who was more offensive of my basic line of thinking. i think that ben was more in line until that zinger at the end and drew me in and says, okay, here. but go ahead. >> but apple, steve jobs defined the new apple by deciding what we needed and wanted before we even knew it. and that was going on for more than a decade. >> and before we knew it, that's a very good added line, before we even know it. >> very good line. >> a great line. >> what changed in washington over that time, did they take one lead from what steve jobs did? no. you look at the websites, just for all the gove
offshore. it will collide with an arctic front from the west, throwing a new dose of energy into the storm and expanding its already monster size and reach. then, inject the 1 150-mile-an-hour plus winds of the jet stream and forecasters think sandy explodes into a superstorm. so, that unbelievable cold air is what everyone's going to notice, as that cold wind whips around and grabs this tropical moisture. now, this storm, even though it's way different from any other storm we've ever seen move up the coastline does have all the ingredients of a really bad storm. let's start with the storm surge and where we're standing right now, we probably won't be able to stand tomorrow night at this time with maybe 11 feet of additional water up here. that's over my head at this point because we're just about two feet over the water right now. and then look how far that surge runs, anywhere from the virginia coastline all the way up to maine. that's the surge with the initial impulse of that storm on the coastline. but look at the wind. this is long-lasting, long duration wind. more than a day of this
don't know. it's a genuine feeling. >> the san francisco giants. >> energy, community, teamwork, locker rooms, blitz. the guys, they are a good crack. [ cheering ] >> i think it's all about the sport they have for most fans. it makes me feel very proud to be a san francisco resident. >> they play hard and they don't give up no matter what. and they also have a positive attitude. they represent san francisco very well. [ cheering ] >> san francisco giants, yeah! >> world series! >> yeah, very perceptive observations, all very accurate. reactions from the players next. we'll take you inside with more next. ,,,, [ male announcer ] pillsbury grands biscuits. delicious. but say i press a few out flat... add some beef sloppy joe sauce... and cheese fold it all up and boom! i just made an unbeatable unsloppy joe pillsbury grands biscuits. let the making begin. that's been wrapped in a flaky crust stuffed with a gooey center toasted up all golden brown then given a delicious design? a toaster strudel. pillsbury toaster strudel. so delicious...so fun. overcame the mighty sluggerf the det
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years. there's virtually no new investment in iran's energy or except by iranian firms themselves. international firms have pulled out drones and modeled investors, but also suppliers to basic parts come equipment and services due to not only u.s., but european union, japanese, south korean and other sanctions. the net effect is iran has become a marginal player in the international oil industry is the current trajectory continues, it's on its way to be nearly eliminated as a player in the industry entirely. however, the effect of sanctions on iran's energy site are will make it harder for iran to return to his position in the industry if there is a new year deal and if the international community wants to think he sanctions. the energy sanctions are taking a severe toll on iran's economy. everyone's aware of the plummeting value. i tend to look a little more closely. i try to look at hard currency reserves and it's my understanding those reserves have fallen to about $70 billion from a level of about $105 billion at the end of 2011. treated talked about the proverbial cup of pois
. it will collide with an arctic front coming in from the west, throwing a new dose of energy into the storm and expanding its already monther size and reach. then, inject the 1 150-mile-per-hour plus winds of the jet stream and forecasters think sandy explodes into a superstorm. and so when you see something like that, then you realize this is not just a hurricane, this is a totally different animal. there is nothing we can compare it to, a storm system in the northeast, in the atlantic, it's very difficult to say this is going to be like any other storm, because it's really cutting brand new territory. there are the elements that are a problem here, no matter what kind of storm moves onshore. there's the storm surge and sandy looks like it's going have a big one. as you said, david, there's estimates that the storm surge here will be above 11 feet. we looked back, we can't see ever, 1960, there was one incident of ten feet of water in new york harbor and that was the most up until that point. we haven't seen anything that would approach the 11.5 estimate. you can see how the storm surge is
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